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Dependence of Home Outdoor Particulate Mass and Number Concentrations on Residential and Traffic Features in Urban Areas
Abstract The associations between residential outdoor and ambient particle mass, fine particle absorbance, particle number (PN) concentrations, and residential and traffic determinants wereExpand
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Quantitative determination of regional contributions to fine and coarse particle mass in urban receptor sites.
In this study, we demonstrate that regression analysis of trajectories residence time estimates the contributions of geographical sectors to fine and coarse particle mass in urban receptor sites. WeExpand
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Temporal variations of atmospheric aerosol in four European urban areas
PurposeThe concentrations of PM10 mass, PM2.5 mass and particle number were continuously measured for 18 months in urban background locations across Europe to determine the spatial and temporalExpand
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CLOUD : an atmospheric research facility at CERN
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Lung function and indicators of exposure to indoor and outdoor particulate matter among asthma and COPD patients
Objectives: Misclassification of exposure related to the use of central sites may be larger for ultrafine particles than for particulate matter ⩽2.5 μm and ⩽10 μm (PM2.5 and PM10) and may result inExpand
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A STUDY OF THE LINK BETWEEN COSMIC RAYS AND CLOUDS WITH A CLOUD CHAMBER AT THE CERN PS
A STUDY OF THE LINK BETWEEN COSMIC RAYS AND CLOUDS WITH A CLOUD CHAMBER AT THE CERN PS B. Fastrup, E. Pedersen University of Aarhus, Institute of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus, Denmark E. Lillestol,Expand
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Bayesian semi-parametric forecasting of ultrafine particle number concentration with penalised splines and autoregressive errors
Observational time series data often exhibit both cyclic temporal trends and autocorrelation and may also depend on covariates. As such, there is a need for flexible regression models that are ableExpand
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Aerosol characterization and lung deposition of synthesized TiO 2 nanoparticles for murine inhalation studies Antti J. KoivistoMaija MakinenElina M. RossiHanna K. Lindberg
This study presents a novel exposure protocol for synthesized nanoparticles (NPs). NPs were synthesized in gas phase by thermal decompo- sition of metal alkoxide vapors in a laminar flow reactor. TheExpand
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